Episode 157 – Virtually Retro

Retro Asylum with Paul Davies, Mads Kristensen & Chris O'Regan

4th May, 2017 2:25:40

Paul, Mads and Chris showcase modern games which take a significant influence from the classic gaming retro era plus all the latest news on the Spectrum Next.


From The Vault – Top 10 Amiga Driving Games

15th April, 2017

Join us down in the deepest depths of the Asylum for another trip to RA podcast vaults. This visit takes us back to Matt Wilsher and Retro Darren deciding their Top 10 Amiga driving games.

15th April, 2017 1:34:13

1st April, 2017 2:42:50


Episode 155 – Budget Games Bonanza

13th March, 2017

Paul Davies, Steve Erickson & Dean Swain return for a 3 hour long episode of the UK's No.1 Retro Gaming Podcast.

13th March, 2017 2:59:40


Episode 154: Live Play – Bubble Bobble

17th February, 2017

Steve Erickson & Mads Kristensen play the Amiga version Taito's classic 2 play romp

17th February, 2017 1:13:54


From The Vaults#1 – Sam & Paul’s Top 5 Footy Games

12th February, 2017

Paul Davies delves into the Retro Asylum vaults to discover golden moments from our past. In this episode Paul & Sam Dyer discuss their top 5 footy games looking at titles such as Kick Off & Sensible Soccer.

12th February, 2017 1:38:14


Episode 153 – Super Cars 2 Live Play

24th January, 2017

Mads and Steve battle head to head in a live play of Magnetic Fields classic top down racer Super Cars 2 on the Amiga plus they discuss the latest retro news!

24th January, 2017 47:42


Episode 152 – Simon Butler

16th January, 2017

Steve Erickson is joined by the legendary pixel pusher Simon Butler in a no hold barred chat about making a living as a graphic artist in the gaming industry.

16th January, 2017 1:51:42


Episode 151 – 2016 Christmas Special – We Have Questions

23rd December, 2016

Gather around the Christmas fire as the Retro Asylum team reveal all in our festive Q & A special.

23rd December, 2016 3:38:16


Episode 150 – Silicon and Synapse

17th December, 2016

As part 2 of our 150th episode celebrations, the guys look at some of the early games produced by the legendary game development house Blizzard, or Silicon & Synapse as they were once known.

17th December, 2016 2:03:48